St. Marys Rock Minor Hockey Report

The FINNBILT Construction Novice BB team suffered a 4-3 loss to the division leading Lambeth Lancers to end their three-game winning streak. Despite the loss, the team is still third in the division with a 7-2-3 record. This week, they have a tournament in Lincoln over the weekend, followed by a home game against the Mooretown Flags on Monday, Nov. 23 at 7:10 pm.

The Stonetown Foodland Novice AE team ended a lengthy losing streak in a big way on Monday, with a 5-0 win over the South Huron Sabres. The win improves their record to 5-6, good for eighth in the league. The team heads to Collingwood for the Silver Stick tournament, while Mooretown will pay them a visit on Monday, Nov. 23 at 6:00 pm.

The Norampac PeeWee Girls team lost their lone game this week, falling 2-0 to Stratford. The loss is their second in a row, after starting the first eight games undefeated. It puts their record at 5-2-3. This weekend they play in the Stratford Aces tournament in Stratford.

The Finnbilt Construction Atom BB team added three more wins this week (4-1 over Mooretown, 3-1 over Mt. Brydges, and 2-1 over Strathroy) to run their undefeated Shamrock season to 14-0-0. The home game versus second-place Strathroy was a fast-paced matchup. Peyton Lobb scored on his own rebound to open the scoring, before the Jr. Rockets tied it late in the first period. Jimmy Schiedel put the Rock ahead for good when he streaked down the left wing and fired a wrister short-side past the Strathroy netminder. Goaltender Jake Sorensen made 16 saves in the victory.

The Dunny’s Atom AE team played their best game of the season on Saturday in Ilderton, downing the Jets by a score of 3-1. Austin DeBoer opened the scoring on a nice rush while Finn Stewart had the next two markers, both the result of strong team play. The Atoms visited Lucan the next day, tying the Irish 2-2. Defenseman Emmett Doupe rifled a shot top-corner while Josh Ballantyne also scored on a hard wrist shot from the top of the circle. In their third game in three days, the Rock rallied to tie a strong St. Thomas team 2-2, with Finn Stewart and Wil Boreham hitting the scoresheet.

The St. Mary’s Fire Department PeeWee BB team lost both of their games this week, despite strong defensive play, with a 1-0 loss in Mooretown, and a 2-1 loss to the Ilderton Jets. However, they are still fourth in the division, with a 5-6-1 record. They have a few games next week, including a home and home with Lambeth. They play here on Monday, Nov. 23 at 8:20 pm and in Lambeth the following evening at 7:30 pm, as well as a home game against the Dorchester Dragons on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 7:00 pm.

The Kinsmen Club Novice Girls team got a 2-1 win when they paid the BCH Ice Stars a visit to start a home and home series, but lost the next game 5-1. The team is 2-1-0 to start the second half of the season, which puts them second in the division. Their only action this week is the Stratford Aces tournament in Stratford this weekend.

The ANAF Bantam BB team tied their only regular season game this week, drawing 1-1 with a strong Strathroy Rockets team. The tie gives them a 5-5-4 record, good for fifth in the division. They don’t have much action this week, as their only game is on the road against the Mooretown Flags on Sunday, Nov. 22 at 6:45 pm.

The Frayne Custom Cabinets Bantam AE team had a very well-played weekend, with a 6-1 win against the Lambeth Lancers, and a 7-0 win against the South Kent Lightning. Those wins give the team a 6-2-2 record, which puts them first in the league. Their only action this week is a regional qualifier for Silver Stick in Collingwood at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena.
The Hubbard Pharmacy Midget Girls team won two dominating games in the last week, first an 8-1 win against the Blyth-Brussels Crusaders, followed by a 6-0 win against the Zurich Thunder. The team is 2-0 to start the second half of the season, good for second in their division. They have a tournament in Stratford on the weekend, a game at the Hensall Arena against Blyth-Brussels on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8:00 pm, and a home game on Thursday, Nov. 26 at 9:00 pm against the Kent County Fillies.